Kids Books - Fiction Books

The Face on the Milk Carton

The Face on the Milk Carton

By Caroline B. Cooney
4.17
12 ratings13 reviews
  • kaliforniagurl7
    The genre of this book was horror, mystery, suspense, with a hint of comedy, and a pint of romance. I recommend this book for anyone one who's looking for a thrill and has a whole lot of free time. Trust me. Once you get past the first 3 chapters, you won't stop 'till you've finished the entire s...
Michael Vey: The Prisoner of Cell 25

Michael Vey: The Prisoner of Cell 25

By Richard Paul Evans
4.74
23 ratings31 reviews
  • elmo3000
    elmo300055 stars
    An Electric Book! B y: Aum Pasawala The Electroclan strikes again! This book is great! And kept me glued to the pages. I rate is 5/5 stars. But why? Well, Richard Paul Evans uses a unique writing style. He delivers a well thought out plot with tons of suspense and a great t...
Ella Enchanted (Newbery Honor Book)

Ella Enchanted (Newbery Honor Book)

By Gail Carson Levine
4.44
45 ratings74 reviews
  • peacheslarue
    peacheslarue55 stars
    This was a really great book!! Its a great combination of a little romance and a lot of adventure. Though the book is very good, the movie is horrible! Never watch it! It is nothing like the book at ALL! This book is a "fractured fairytale". The tale is about Ella a stubborn but beatiful girl wit...
The Tales of Beedle the Bard, Standard Edition (Harry Potter)

The Tales of Beedle the Bard, Standard Edition (Harry Potter)

By J. K. Rowling
4.68
56 ratings44 reviews
  • yo-kaiwatcher09
    This is the greatest book ever for Harry Potter fans. The one that I would not recommend reading is the Warlock's Hairy Heart, because there's a lot of gross things in there. My sister read this before me, and she liked it too. Her and I are MAJOR Harry Potter fans. We once watched all the m...
Weird But True: 300 Outrageous Facts (National Geographic Kids)

Weird But True: 300 Outrageous Facts (National Geographic Kids)

By National Geographic Kids
4.76
29 ratings17 reviews
  • lizard4
    lizard455 stars
    I love the weird but wacky facts. even though they are short they very interesting. Read all the national geographic kids books. If you like jokes there are books for that too. I have tons of these types books in my room right now. My room is like a mini book sale. I hope that more of these kind ...
How to Draw Pokemon

How to Draw Pokemon

By Tracey West
5.0
12 ratings21 reviews
  • penguin313
    penguin31355 stars
    This book shows you how to draw johto and kanto pokemon as well as Ash and Ash and pikachu and tells a little info of the pokemon.
Fight for Life #1 (Vet Volunteers)

Fight for Life #1 (Vet Volunteers)

By Laurie Halse Anderson
4.7
10 ratings12 reviews
  • party
    party44 stars
    why i am reading this book is beacuse i read other books realated to this one and all of them were very good i recomed this book to kids that love dogs and if they want to be a vet. because in the book a person came in with 7 puppies and they were all sick and 1 stoped breathing and died
Where the Wild Things Are

Where the Wild Things Are

By Maurice Sendak
4.83
12 ratings15 reviews
  • tiana19149
    This book reminds me of the short cartoon i read it in six grade and i can't believe my teacher actually has that book in her library when it's like for third graders it's really funny and so by the cover it looked kind of attracting so who ever wrote it is really talented!
Warriors #2: Fire and Ice

Warriors #2: Fire and Ice

By Erin Hunter
4.76
42 ratings85 reviews
  • nova2000
    nova200044 stars
    Fire heart and gray strip must go to wind clan and bring them back but the death of wight claw has sutured up trouble between the clans ending in disaster such as the fall of the young apritice cinder paw. Gray strip has started seeing silver stream which is secorit till fire heart sees them tog...
I Survived #5: I Survived the San Francisco Earthquake, 1906

I Survived #5: I Survived the San Francisco Earthquake, 1906

By Lauren Tarshis
4.53
19 ratings22 reviews
  • linusg
    linusg55 stars
    I survied The San Franscisco Earthquake was awsome. It was like I was in the earthquake. I loved the similies writen when the earthquake just began to rumble. I also liked when the narator told the storys of grandpop. The book was scary, funny, and action packed. I recomend it to all my friends.